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D-Guard Bowie Knife

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D-Guard Bowie KnifeD-Guard Bowie Knife

Overall Length: 23"

Blade Length: 18"

Blade Width: 1-5/8"

Blade Thickness: 3/16"

Weight: 1 lb / 5 oz

Steel: High Carbon

Edge: Unsharpened

Sharpening: Available

Engraving: Available

Popular in the Confederacy during the Civil War for its all-purpose capabilities, the D-Guard Bowie chopped branches, split logs, sliced saplings and even had its way with a Yankee or two. A soldier on the move learned to travel light, so a handmade Bowie was often treasured as a backup weapon when the entire cavalry were "under the guns." The steel guard on our D Guard Bowie can withstand punishment and the massive, high carbon steel blade holds an edge well. Re-enactors use it to dig cannon emplacements! Grip is contoured wood with light stain. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts. Includes leather sheath with metal furniture. Cannot use Paypal as payment option.

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Customer Reviews

(4 reviews)
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It is a good knife overall but too many blemish marks on the hilt guard and there is no belt attachment on the sheath. The sheath could at least use a button or protrusion to attach a frog which could be used for attachment to a belt.
Reviewed by Daniel  K
11/17/2016 8:39:37 AM
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WOW, This knife was so much more than I expected for the price! It's heavy, well made and my husband loved his initials on it. I've never seen him so happy over a gift before! He does reenactments, and said everyone liked the knife. THANK YOU from Florida
Reviewed by Kathryn  A
12/10/2014 2:45:21 PM
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Aside from being unsightly, a bad guard-to-blade joint is a sign of poor crftsmanship. Fixing the wide gaps in the guard-to-blade joint, and having the joint silver-soldered would improve the knife considerably and should be considered by Windlass in future manufacturing quality improvement. The bad guard to blade fit allows moisture and crud to enter into the handle and potentially cause rust at the critical joint. A soldered guard would make the joint stronger.
Reviewed by Bohdan  S
5/7/2013 7:53:52 PM
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Reviewed by Anonymous
5/24/2010 12:00:00 AM